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  • Reds could use a little pop from Votto

     Reds could use a little pop from Votto
    CINCINNATI — When Joey Votto comes to the plate at Great American Ball Park, the Rolling Stones' "Paint it Black'' plays over the ballpark's speakers. It's a tough song for a tough town, and the Reds' fans love it. Only one thing could make it...
  • Win-or-go-home games becoming norm

    Win-or-go-home games becoming norm
    Once upon a time, the chance to go to Great American Ball Park and watch the Reds play a win-or-go-home game in the playoffs would have been the chance of a lifetime for fans in Cincinnati. The franchise hadn't played one since 1975, and that was at...
  • The national pastime becomes a time machine

    I'm playing hooky. It's Thursday around noon, and a column is due, but it's 1970 and I'm playing hooky. I'm watching baseball. Gloriously sunny, rapturously dramatic, midweek playoff baseball. I'm sitting in my living room in the middle of the day...
  • Obstacles no problem for Cardinals

    Obstacles no problem for Cardinals
    ST. LOUIS — As the front page of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch said, "No Albert, no Tony, no problem.'' With that in the public record, what's the big deal with a marathon rain delay? It was no sweat for the Cardinals. Not much is these days. Not a...
  • Your Morning Phil: A-Rod, rain, Giants

    Your Morning Phil: A-Rod, rain, Giants
    ST. LOUIS -- Talking playoff baseball while flirting from the doghouse, a la A-Rod. 1. Would the Yankees actually trade Alex Rodriguez to the Marlins? You better believe they would. Late last week, I proposed that the Yankees should deal Rodriguez to his...
  • Why play it out? Giants have it all going their way

    Why play it out? Giants have it all going their way
    SAN FRANCISCO — Why even play three more games? It's the Giants' world, and the rest of us just eat overpriced Cioppino and get fat on Ghirardelli chocolate. It was impressive for Barry Zito to use his 85-mph fastballs to shut down the Cardinals...
  • World Series starts and, perhaps, ends with Justin Verlander

    World Series starts and, perhaps, ends with Justin Verlander
    SAN FRANCISCO — This is a one-man World Series. The most valuable players in waiting, Miguel Cabrera and Buster Posey, are here. So is Prince Fielder, the only one of baseball's $200-million men still in uniform this season. So is Matt Cain, who...
  • Bochy great example of solid manager

    Bochy great example of solid manager
    SAN FRANCISCO — Bruce Bochy could have been an extra for the movie "Lincoln'' with little more than a change of wardrobe. He has the craggy, dark features and straight, slow-talking style of the 1860s. His job in the Old West, suggests one...
  • Snap decisions backfire on old friends Lamont and Leyland

    Snap decisions backfire on old friends Lamont and Leyland
    SAN FRANCISCO — Twenty-seven seasons after their first game together, Jim Leyland was in the dugout, Gene Lamont the third base coach's box. Like spouses who gravitate to the far side of the house. But the two baseball men had cause to talk...
  • Tigers shut out again, on brink of elimination

    DETROIT (AP) — Miguel Cabrera had his chance with the bases loaded. Instead, he ended up standing alone near third base with his hands on his hips. Another frustrating moment for the Tigers in a World Series filled with them. Detroit's Triple...
  • Sports TV and radio: Tuesday's 7/3 log (updated Monday AM)

    7 a.m.    Tennis: Wimbledon (primarily women’s quarterfinals on Court 1).--ESPN2 8 a.m.    Tennis: Wimbledon (primarily women’s quarterfinals on Centre Court).--ESPN 8 a.m.    Cycling: Tour de France stage 3 (Orchies to Boulogne-sur-Mer).--NBC...
  • Jeter's ankle could leave Yankees in shackles

    Jeter's ankle could leave Yankees in shackles
    For 17 seasons, Derek Jeter has been the best reason to keep believing in baseball. His throwback approach has yielded daily excellence in the middle of the Yankees infield. He has kept life simple off the field, and that never seems to be a bad idea....